AUGUSTA — A local man was behind bars Monday after allegedly breaking into a Bangor Street restaurant, raiding the bar and falling asleep in the basement.

Wyatt Daril Wilson, 34, was charged with burglary, criminal mischief and theft after police roused him from sleep inside Lisa’s Restaurant, Augusta police Sgt. Christopher Massey said.

Kennebec Journal archives indicate Wilson is from Augusta. He was being held Monday afternoon at the Kennebec County jail in Augusta on $5,000 cash bail.

An employee opening up the restaurant around 5:30 a.m. Monday began searching the building after noticing several liquor bottles out of place, Massey said.

“When (employees) checked the building, (Wilson) was found sleeping in the basement,” Massey said.

Employees told police Wilson broke in through a window sometime during the overnight. Wilson allegedly drank parts of several bottles of liquor and poured contents of at least one of the bottles on a pool table.

Employees had to discard $304 worth of liquor from bottles Wilson had sampled, Massey said. There also was approximately $200 worth of damage to the pool table and about $50 in damage to the window screen.

Police are unsure how long Wilson was in the building. He had no recollection of the evening’s events, Massey said.

“He was extremely intoxicated,” Massey said.